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Peter Triezenberg
Level-5 Will Announce a Sequel to a "Popular Title" Soon
Dark Cloud 3? Rogue Galaxy 2? God help us all, another White Knight Chronicles?
01.13.16 - 9:32 PM

Level-5 has a rather impressive back catalog of popular franchises, from the Dark Cloud titles, to the critically acclaimed Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King (we love it, at any rate), to space opera Rogue Galaxy. With Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom being recently announced, you'd think that Level-5 would have their hands full, but according to Akihiro Hino, the company's president, says that they have even more to announce in 2016, including a sequel to one of their popular titles.

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According to Hino, "we here at Level-5 are always thinking of new things to present to the world. While I can't go into too much detail, we plan to announce all kinds of new titles that consist of completely new ideas in 2016. There will also be a sequel to a very popular series among them. Please look forward to it." The possibilities are tantalizing. We'll keep you informed when we find out more.


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